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Losing intimacy in place of intellect

Richard Dawkins' sequel to his memoir presents a public life more than a private one
Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 05:50

Dawkins has a tendency to put a little pat of butter next to everyone's name . . . Even his actual barbs tend to come wrapped in puff pastry.

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IN Richard Dawkins' first memoir, An Appetite for Wonder (2013), he described losing his virginity, at the somewhat advanced age of 22, to a cellist in London.

His writing about this episode was typical of him. First he called upon science. "It isn't difficult for a

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